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Autumn is a good time to consider supporting youe exercise routine with some lifestyle changes (temporary or permanent) that can help you stay healthy and fight off illness.

Judging ourselves as good or bad, successful or failing does not really help us deal with life’s cycles. Instead, re-explore the body and what it can achieve and how quickly we can get back to feeling good about ourselves.

The great outdoors provide great opportunities to move, have fun and build up some strength on the way. Here are a couple of ideas of how you can get full body benefits while spending time outdoors.

Breathing is probably the most important “task” we perform every moment of every day in our lives, yet very little thought and attention is given to it. Pilates, Yoga and Mindfulness can do wonders to your breath capacity and health...

From your physical core to your mental and emotional core, this post is dedicated to the core and how yoopod classes can help us stay connected and true to our own centre :)

Discover a new relationship with exercise; one that doesn’t necessarily have an end goal but is much more about how exercising itself makes you feel - empowered, confident, connected to your body and happy in your own skin.

Many people believe that their postural, muscular and skeletal “imperfections” are all to blame on their parents or ancestors. Fortunately, this is only partially true and we can do a lot to prevent, change and improve on our body’s “destiny”.

The following simple tips can help you improve posture and, as a result, help restore balance and function in your joints and muscles.

The holiday season provides many distructions from your normal exercise routine. So what can we do about it? Here are 4 easy ways to keep moving during this time of the year.

Taking the time to practice - stepping away from “everything” and investing in an activity that is all about you, can help improve one’s perspective in life.

"Cancer is a disease that makes you feel as if you no longer have control of your health and body. But Pilates has helped me not only to recover from surgery but to give me back my sense of control and body confidence.”

Long days in the office can be taxing on the body as well as the mind, but with a few minor adjustments you can feel much better throughout and at the end of your working day

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